National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme - NDORS

National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme - NDORS

The Association of Chief Police Officers, ACPO, favour education over punishment for suitable offences, with the need for a mixture of statutory and non statutory retraining schemes.

The Police have been operating the National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme (NDORS) as a pre Criminal Justice disposal option for minor moving Road Traffic Offences since 1991. This was developed from the recommendations in the Road Traffic Law Review of 1988 and evidence would support that these courses are popular with the public.

The driver/rider pays for the cost of the course in lieu of the penalty that is in place for the offence and an incentive is that no penalty is recorded against them on successful completion of a course.

A driver can only access a course once in 3 years; further offences of a similar nature will be dealt with via the Criminal Justice system. To enforce this regime ACPO maintains a national register of driver data of those attending these courses.

There are currently four courses on offer:

  • National Speed Awareness
  • National Driver Alertness
  • Driving 4 Change
  • RIDE (for motorcyclists)

Been offered a course? Want to know more? Want to take it in STAFFORDSHIRE?

Speed-awareness-course
For Drivers who have been offered a Speed Awareness Course.

national driver alertness course

For Drivers who have been offered a National Driver Alertness Course.

RIDE

For Riders who have been offered a RIDE motorcyclists course.

Staffordshire Terms and Conditions - All courses

Been offered a course and want to take it elsewhere in the country?

national driver offender retraining scheme

PLEASE NOTE
This website allows you to find your nearest course supplier.
You will need your driving licence number to log in once you have located a course supplier and a course you would like to attend, you will need to contact the course supplier direct; you cannot make a booking via this website.